Name (Previous Rank)
|1||Nate Schierholtz (2)||Back from injury, Nate went 8-for-15 since coming back onto the field. He's still the hottest guy left in Fresno.|
|2||Adam Cowart (4)||Cowart hasn't been the dominator he had been to start the year, but he's still doing better than most.|
|3||Ben Snyder (9)||Another guy who's not dominating like April, but is getting the job done (at least on his end).|
|4||Scott Munter (10)||He hasn't given up an earned run since April 26, and is looking like the groundball pitcher he was in 2005.|
|5||Antoan Richardson (1)||Richardson had been red hot, and although he had a brief hitting streak this week, he has not been performing like the Giants have needed.|
|6||John Bowker (6)||Any heat that was going to cause a rise for Bowker got cooled off by an 0-for-6 on Thursday.|
|7||Bobby Felmy (3)||Felmy has cooled off a little, but has a five-game hitting streak this week, providing most of what little offense Augusta has had recently.|
|8||Dave McKae (NR)||San Jose's ace continues to help keep the Giants on top of everything.|
|9||Joe Martinez (NR)||Martinez hasn't had a scoreless outing in five outings, but of the last four, he's only allowed one run.|
|10||Pat Misch (NR)||Misch has had some rough times in his conversion into a reliever, but he's looking like he'll be in line for a promotion soon.|
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